New South Surrey White Rock MP Gordie Hogg’s headquarters. (Peace Arch News photo)

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Gordie Hogg takes South Surrey White Rock, Crown appeals stay against Jamie Bacon in Surrey Six killings and more

1. Liberal Hogg wins South Surrey-White Rock byelection over Conservative Findlay

The result marks the first time Liberals have won the local vote in a federal election since the 1940s. See more >

2. New series takes in-depth look at sexual harassment in B.C.

A video preview of a new series by Black Press reporters. See more >

3. Emergency response ‘well executed’ in Delta carbon monoxide poisoning

More than a dozen ambulances raced to a Delta farm this weekend, as B.C. Emergency Health Services responded to one of their biggest calls of the year in the region.

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4. Crown appeals stay against Jamie Bacon in Surrey Six killings

On Monday, the prosecution service said it has reviewed the abbreviated ruling, saying it reveals “errors of law” and that “the public interest requires an appeal.” See more >

5. Site C dam goes ahead, cost estimate now up to $10.7 billion

After hearing from experts for weeks, the government faced an estimate that B.C. Hydro rates are already expected to rise 30 per cent over the next 10 years without the costs of Site C. See more >


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